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    Default feta on a pizza...okay since it gets cooked?

    searched some threads and it seems that there is some debate over whether even pasturized feta is safe.

    I asked DH to pick me up some organic frozen pizzas for lunch because I've been craving pizza, and he ended up getting a feta and spinach pizza. The ingredient list says the feta is made from pasturized milk, and I would be heating up the pizza in the oven at 400 degrees.

    So safe or no? If there is even a slight risk I'll just feed it to my toddler...I'm way paranoid after my losses.

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    Its fine.

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    All good. If it's cooked and you eat it while it's hot, it's fine. Listeria wouldn't survive in temperatures that high on the very remote chance that listeria is present in the feta. Enjoy

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    Should be fine.

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    Just checked the official advice. So long as it's cooked to 65 degrees ( which it would be on a pizza) it will be ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlitterFarts View Post
    Its fine.
    glitter how do u add a signature at the bottem of ur comments? im a little lost

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    Quote Originally Posted by clare bear 88 View Post
    glitter how do u add a signature at the bottem of ur comments? im a little lost
    hi ok go into your profile, In the top left hand side click ''user panel'' and then go into ''edit signature''.

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    I've been eating feta all through this pregnancy on salads etc. My obs told me in his whole career he's only seen one case of listeria and it was from plane food. I just stick within the used by date and make sure it's stored correctly. I've also been eating seafood, soft serve ice cream and all kinds of cured meats. Can't help those cravings!

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